The Self-Publishing Roundtable (SPRT) is a podcast and blog
run by indie writers for indie writers.
Every Thursday Night 7PM PST / 10 PM EST we stream an interview or discussion live on YouTube, and this website.
And very Sunday 2PM PST / 5PM EST we discuss the past week’s industry news on Blab, and this website.
For those who like to read words on Wednesday we (or a guest) post to the blog.
Most Recent Podcasts and Blog Posts
Author Chris Fox returned again, this time to talk about his 21 Day Book Challenge. He decided to write to market in Science Fiction, nutted out the plot, wrote the book, had it edited and published all within 21 days. Not only that but he took it one step further and decided to launch to market as well (marketing book coming soon) with the lofty goal of having the book stay under 10,000 in the paid rankings for 30 days. As of writing this post it is currently sitting at #677! Not only that but he decided to document the whole challenge via vlog, explaining what he did and his reasons for doing so.read more
Author Cate Morgan joined Chrishuan Keller Hanna and Robert Chazz Chute to discuss the below topics:
– Do Presales work for New Authors?
– The Ripped Bodice
– Amazon recruiting publishing companies for Kindle Unlimited
– Smashword’s Annual Survey
We thought we’d add a little spice to the podcast this week by inviting bestselling and award-winning author of erotica and erotic romance, Selena Kitt. Not only does this lovely lady have a successful career writing about the pleasures of the flesh, she’s been very savvy at carving a place for herself in the wider industry. Selena owns and runs a publishing company, an online erotic romance bookstore and two advertising sites. Other notable achievements include: surviving a couple of Amazon pornocalypses and cheekily marketed the affected books elsewhere as being Banned by Amazon, selling the movie rights to a book Babysitting the Baumgartners (it’s being made into an adult movie) as well as receiving many awards for her writing (see her site).read more